These multicolored textured ceramic tiles in a herringbone pattern provide all of the visual interest of carpet (and more), but none of carpet’s allergenicity concerns.

With a large rectangle grid next to the typical running bond pattern, this polished gray wood-look ceramic tile proves that not all wood looks are the same.

The biggest favor you can do yourself is to choose a water-, stain-, and bacteria-resistant material for your public restroom, such as ceramic tile. Not to mention this tile comes in a variety of stunning designs?

Dark gray stone-look ceramic tile in multiple sizes and a unique layout pattern create an impressive flooring design for this waiting room.

Lobbies and gathering spaces stand out for style and functionality with ceramic tile in a dark stone-look finish.

Now, this is what we call a feature wall — irregular hexagon ceramic tiles in grayscale hues with sporadic groupings. A ceramic tile design this interesting is an architectural feature and custom artwork.

Baby crawling on tile

With bacteria and allergen resistance, ceramic tile creates a safe and hygienic flooring surface for babies to crawl on.

This space matches its flooring to its delftware-inspired pottery with blue and white checkered ceramic tile and neutral gray grout that virtually disappears.

Warm wood-look ceramic tile, oversized gray wood-look ceramic tile, and light creamy stone-look ceramic tile combine to create an impressive lobby that will stand up to high foot traffic for decades.

This nook and bar front has a unique look thanks to the end-cut wood grain of these square tiles set in a diamond pattern. The design of the ceramic tiles washed with luscious red is offset by a zig-zag installation of cream in the same tile style.

Blue and green mosaic ceramic tiles showcasing end-cut wood grain create a stunning tiled counter front in this cafe.

Can’t decide between gray tile and beige ceramic tile? Follow this boutique’s example and use both, alternating colors with each row of tile.